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Societe Generale Securities Services Mandated by Santander Asset Management to Provide OTC Valuation and Collateral Management Services

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Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) has been mandated by Santander Asset Management, the asset management division of the Santander Group, the 6th largest financial services group in the world by market capitalisation, to provide a range of asset servicing for its Luxembourg-domiciled funds which are administered and deposited with SGSS.

SGSS has been selected for its ability to price OTC and structured products as well as for its full range of collateral management services for multiple counterparties. The offer includes value added services such as management of collateral requirements, daily portfolio valuation, margin calls calculation and control, tripartite reconciliation and disputes management.

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